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Efforts continue toward US-23 S. overhaul

June 26, 2014 ALPENA — The effort to improve the US-23 South corridor began when some residents noticed significant amounts of trash lying on the sides of the roads and took it upon themselves to begin picking up... more »»

Arcand hopes for Tea Party upset in GOP primary battle

June 26, 2014 Republican Allan Arcand shares the same political party and hometown as Michigan’s 1st District Representative Dan Benishek, but in terms of political views there are differences. more »»

3 road projects move forward in Alcona

June 26, 2014 LINCOLN — Alcona County Road Commission members voted to keep three road projects moving forward, including the second phase of a mile-long road reconstruction project near Hubbard Lake. more »»

Montmorency County board approves purchases

June 26, 2014 ATLANTA— The Montmorency County Board of Commissioners approved to purchase two scanners and one envelope folder for various departments at its meeting Wednesday morning. more »»

ROV International competition at sanctuary

June 25, 2014 ALPENA —The Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary will be hosting over 60 teams from 18 different states and 13 different countries for the 13th annual Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE)... more »»

24 hour patrol in jeopardy

June 25, 2014 ALPENA — The Alpena County Commissioners are freezing spending from the Base Security Equity Fund until further notice and the impact of the decision could severely alter operations at the sheriffs... more »»

County’s budget still in red for 2015

June 25, 2014 ALPENA — Alpena County entered into its budget year in January with a budget deficit of more than $400,000 and it appears that when 2014 ends, the county will have made up little ground and face... more »»

ARMC board approve elevator repair, upgrades

June 25, 2014 News Staff Writer ALPENA —The Alpena Regional Medical Center Board of Trustees approved the purchase of just over $1.5 million in capital acquisitions at its meeting Tuesday evening. more »»

Presque Isle receives grant to gain action plan

June 25, 2014 Presque Isle County community partners will assess what keeps local students from going to college and formulate an action plan, thanks to a grant from a statewide nonprofit. more »»

Rogers City biggest water customers to pay more

June 25, 2014 ROGERS CITY — The biggest water and sewer customers in Rogers City will see an increase in their ready-to-serve charges starting in July. more »»

Strawberries in season

June 24, 2014 News Photo by Steve Schulwitz Ericka Spigelmyre, left, and John Kantner sell strawberries in Alpena Monday. more »»

Joynton to retire

June 24, 2014 ALPENA — Alpena Community College president Dr. Olin Joynton will be retiring at the end of the 2014-15 academic year after just over 11 years of service with the college. more »»

Council to conduct water study on sludge

June 24, 2014 ALPENA — Last fall the Alpena Municipal Council voted to hire a consultant that will conduct a study on the black debris that washes up along the Thunder Bay shore line in Alpena. more »»

Long Lake Lights Festival this weekend

June 24, 2014 ALPENA — The Long Lake Lights Festival will celebrate its fifth anniversary this weekend at Long Lake Park and there will be a long list of events which will make for an enjoyable time for people of... more »»

Project Connect brings together resources to the people

June 24, 2014 ALPENA — Project Connect is a campaign designed to highlight the food resources available in Alpena County for those who need assistance. more »»

PI Wooden Boat Show

June 23, 2014 News Photo by Pam Brunn Hundreds turned out for the Presque Isle Wooden Boat Show on Saturday. Wooden boats for sale, race boats and boats parked in the marina gave attendees plenty to look at. more »»

Seats still available for the Great Start Regional Forum

June 23, 2014 There are still seats available for Great Start Regional Forum that is being hosted by the United Way of Northeast Michigan on June 24. more »»

In a Blues mood

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Charles Hockstadt

June 21, 2014 HOCKSTADT, Charles Arthur, 59, of Rogers City died May 24, 2014. He is survived by five siblings and several friends. A memorial service is set for 5 p.. more »»

Proposal 1 would replace lost money for communities

June 21, 2014 Local governments have been concerned about how they will recoup the revenue lost from the abolishment of Personal Property Tax on some businesses. more »»



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